Caldwell County Schools

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  • Updating Website

    The Caldwell County Schools website is being updated to ensure compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. For further information or concerns, contact Community Services Director Libby Brown at 828.496-9570.

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  • Superintendent Announces Retirement

    At a special called meeting of principals, administrators and Education Center staff, Dr. Steve Stone, Superintendent of the Caldwell County Schools, officially announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2018. “This has been one of the hardest decisions I have ever made,” said Dr. Stone. “Knowing that the school district is in excellent shape eases the transition, but I will always be a champion for the Caldwell County Schools."

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  • School System Earns Continuing Accreditation

    At the September School Board meeting, the Board of Education publicly recognized the accreditation earned by the Caldwell County School System that was granted by the Advanced Accreditation Commission.

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  • Gains in School Grades

    In the fourth year of the state’s A-F grading system, the percentage of A or B schools in the Caldwell County Schools (41.6 percent) continued to climb with a 16.6 percent increase over the 2015-16 school year, as reported recently by the NC Department of Public Instruction. In addition, the district’s four-year high school cohort graduation rate is 89.6 percent, which continues to exceed the state rate of 86.5 percent.

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  • Welcome Back Message from Superintendent Dr. Steve Stone

    This week some 11,500 students will meet new teachers, get reacquainted with friends, introduce themselves to new classmates and settle into a comfortable, daily routine in the Caldwell County Schools. With the start of the school year, I believe it is important for our students and our public to be ready for the first week of school. Let's talk about buses.

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